Re: The Journey of a pHD bodybuilder - Train, Eat, and Think like a Pro!
Well, its been a struggle getting into a routine. I just moved up here a little over a month ago, and I'm just starting to get used to everything. But right now, here is a typical day.
First, if I can, I am trying to prepare as much as I can for the week on Sundays. But that did not work this week. So at nights, I set my gym clothes out, and school clothes out. I also put in my back pack some water bottles, a shaker bottle, pre-workout shake, then I keep oatmeal in the fridge, and put that in my back-pack before I go.
7:00 wake up, down a shake
7:30-8:30 - train. Usually a small body part and or cardio
9 - 10 class
10-12 - working in the lab
1-5:30 working in the lab. Before I leave, I get dressed for the gym and down a pre-workout shake. I tried going home first then going to the gym. But that wastes time, plus when I get home, its hard to leave! So I just go straight from lab to the gym now; works much better.
Rest of the night is spent on studies, bible study / prayer, and preparing for the next day. Because I have several exams, I basically take no breaks right now. I just take breaks between study periods because that is optimal for learning. Like right now my time on ABC I consider a mental break from my studies. But once I get more settled in, I would prefer to relax a little bit at night, and even hang out with friends. It's not optimal to work all day; but you have to do what you have to do during crunch time.
I'll discuss my diet in greater detail later.
Gabriel "Venom" Wilson, Ph.D. Nutritional Sciences
B.S. (Hons) & M.S. in Kinesiology, CSCS
Vice President, ABCbodybuilding
Co-Editor. of JHR
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